Telecommuting and remote work is the new normal. This means most of your meetings are conducted through video calls, scheduled carefully on your Google or Outlook calendars.
But if you have multiple Zoom meetings in a day, you’ll probably find it difficult to cope with keeping track of meetings.
That’s where TimeSync comes in, a scheduling app that automates your appointment scheduling processes.
Scheduling apps aren’t unique to specific industries or business functions. Today, we’ll look at 5 different industries and business functions that can use TimeSync.
Healthcare is among the most essential industries out there, and as the COVID-19 pandemic demonstrated, among the industries that never shuts down. Today, healthcare professionals frequently schedule appointments manually as an expected part of the healthcare service.
Healthcare providers can use TimeSync as follows:
Education plays a key role in developing the minds of children. This is why there has always been a huge emphasis placed on sending kids to school. Concerned parents may even call private education institutions to provide additional academic support to their children.
Education institutions can use TimeSync as follows:
As travel companies have learned, when a pandemic forced them to scale back operations, the need to be selective with the customers they spend time on really matters. Scheduling an appointment with a lead to help them plan their dream holiday is a common yet tedious process. They may even end up being an unqualified lead!
Travel companies can use TimeSync as follows:
Financial services are some of the most essential yet complicated among all others. Those who engage in financial services often find themselves bombarded with technical industry jargon and complex administrative processes. Calls often need to be made with financial advisors so that customers can make the right decisions.
Finance companies can use TimeSync as follows:
Software companies create products to address a specific need that businesses have. Very often, they use outbound techniques to reach out to potential clients and schedule sales appointments. They end up spending too much time communicating back and forth with a prospect, only to realize that the prospect is an unqualified lead.
Software companies can use TimeSync as follows:
The product team’s work is never done. Customer feedback on the user experience must be collected routinely. Qualitative data gathered can then be used to improve your company’s products and services.
Product teams can use TimeSync as follows:
Inbound Marketing teams spend too much time qualifying leads using information collected from your website, social media, or email subscriptions.
Marketing teams can use TimeSync as follows:
HR teams frequently need to schedule appointments with job applicants to have a face-to-face interview. This is an often time-consuming process.
HR teams can use TimeSync as follows:
Response time is key when it comes to customer service. Having long wait times before your customer is connected to your customer service staff is sure to decrease customer satisfaction.
Customer service teams can use TimeSync as follows:
Expanding your network of partners is one of the most important strategies in business. Business Development teams need to frequently schedule meetings with potential partners.
Business development teams can use TimeSync as follows:
TimeSync is designed to eliminate barriers in conducting business, by making it simple to conduct conversations with leads, prospects, customers, partners, and even internal teams. It does away with a task that has until recently, been a manual one.
TimeSync’s hallmark call-back automation technology makes it unique amongst competing solutions that do not have this built-in.
Coupled with meeting qualification, and soon, password-protected calendars, TimeSync is uniquely positioned to be beneficial to even the most demanding use cases that someone would need in a scheduler.
Get started with TimeSync for free to start scheduling remote meetings now!
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